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Old 04-13-2020, 11:55 PM
 
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It continues to be a strange winter in terms of rainfall across our state:

Season to date:

Crescent City 35.21
Redding - N. Sacramento Valley 19.33
Eureka 24.52
Blue Canyon 38.07
Santa Rosa 17.81


Sacramento Exec AP 9.51
Sacramento - CSUS 10.63
San Francisco Downtown 11.11
SFO Airport 8.93
Oakland Airport 8.45
Livermore 6.24
San Jose 7.21
Los Angeles Downtown 14.68
Long Beach 14.20
Oceanside 17.30
Ramona 18.20
San Diego - Lindbergh 13.44
Ontario 14.17
Fresno 7.34
Reno 3.43


Sacramento area is running about 56-57 percent of average, Bay Area around 45 percent of average, LA just above 100 percent of average, and San Diego area around 130 percent of average. I think it was last year where we also had SoCal rainfall totals above many NorCal ones. It's definitely unusual to have so many rainy days in March and April, but the nice thing is that it's extraordinarily green. I'm hoping for another desert superbloom on the heels of this.

Hope y'all are enjoying some sun up there! Cheeers.
Very interesting, except for the Northern Sacramento Valley and the far north Coast, when was the last time San Diego had more rain than the majority of California? Probably never.

I took the liberty of adding to your list:

Northern Sacramento Valley and the North Coast
The high desert(Reno) and the San Joaquin Valley(Fresno).
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Old 04-14-2020, 12:00 AM
 
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March 2020
Sacramento


High Temps
How many Days of:

80's- 2 days
70's - 6 days
60's - 13 days
50's - 9 days
40's - Zero days
30"s - Zero days

Low Temps
How many Days of:

40's -24 days

36F to 39F - 5 days
34F to 35F - 2 days
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Old 04-14-2020, 12:19 AM
 
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Originally Posted by tstieber View Post
It continues to be a strange winter in terms of rainfall across our state:

Season to date:

Sacramento Exec AP 9.51
Sacramento - CSUS 10.63
San Francisco Downtown 11.11
SFO Airport 8.93
Oakland Airport 8.45
Livermore 6.24
San Jose 7.21
Los Angeles Downtown 14.68
Long Beach 14.20
Oceanside 17.30
Ramona 18.20
San Diego - Lindbergh 13.44
Ontario 14.17

Sacramento area is running about 56-57 percent of average, Bay Area around 45 percent of average, LA just above 100 percent of average, and San Diego area around 130 percent of average. I think it was last year where we also had SoCal rainfall totals above many NorCal ones. It's definitely unusual to have so many rainy days in March and April, but the nice thing is that it's extraordinarily green. I'm hoping for another desert superbloom on the heels of this.

Hope y'all are enjoying some sun up there! Cheeers.
Reminds me of the PNW
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Old 04-23-2020, 05:59 PM
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4:50pm Thursday

Sac - 85f 13mph wind
Redding 83f 7mph wind
Bakersfield 83f 8mph wind
Fresno 83f. 17mph wind

Lovely day in the valley.

Edit: 5pm
Riverside. 90f. 12mph wind
Las vegas 90f 23 mph wind
Phoenix. 96f 16mph wind

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Old 04-23-2020, 06:52 PM
 
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4:50pm Thursday

Sac - 85f 13mph wind
Redding 83f 7mph wind
Bakersfield 83f 8mph wind
Fresno 83f. 17mph wind

Lovely day in the valley.

Edit: 5pm
Riverside. 90f. 12mph wind
Las vegas 90f 23 mph wind
Phoenix. 96f 16mph wind
Reminds me of SoCal
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Old 04-24-2020, 12:34 AM
 
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Reminds me of SoCal
Actually it reminds me of the PNW.
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Old 04-25-2020, 12:03 PM
 
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Oh how I wish that I had access to a swimming pool!
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Old 04-30-2020, 04:38 AM
 
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After several days of using the A/C after noon till 5pm to get the interior temperature from 80 to 76, we didn't turn the a/c on at all today due to the cloud cover and evening breeze. At 3am it is 74 in the 3rd story apartment in rosevillle, ca with windows open and no air conditioner all day on a hot week in april. This is for the record as an important date to note.
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Old 04-30-2020, 10:31 AM
 
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Oh how I wish that I had access to a swimming pool!
Jump in the lake! or Jump in the river!

We used to jump in the American River at Sunrise Bridge (no raft, no inner tube, no life jacket) and floated all the way down to the Watt Ave Bridge. The crazy things we do when we were young. It was awesome everytime, but I don't recommend it without some type of flotation device like a life jacket.

We've took out the Kayak last weekend, beautiful every time.
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Old 04-30-2020, 10:36 AM
 
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Actually it reminds me of the PNW.
Well not this winter. I'll send the years when our winters were PNW like. Never happens in SoCal even when they are 150% of normal. But it does look and feel PNW-like in Sacramento when have a normal to above normal winter (100% to 150% of normal).
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